Rule of Nines is David Janke’s first published work. His inspirations are: the ethereal ideas of Stephen King; the character development of Ted Bell; the subject matter research of Michael Connelly; and the simple, concise prose of John Grisham.
David and his wife Cindy live in Nashville, Tennessee. He holds both Bachelors and Masters degrees from Belmont University.
Definition: Rule of Nines is a methodology employed by physicians to quickly estimate the amount of body surface that has been burned. The body is divided into eleven sections, with each section approximating nine percent of the body’s total skin area.
Rule of Nines shows how one bad decision can haunt a man for his entire life. Follow Greg's struggle to stay alive after being severely burned.