The French writer Martin Gray, known for his autobiographical book For those I loved died at the age of 93 , reports L'Express. The writer was found dead in the pool of his house in Ciney, Belgian, reported RTL. The writer died at the age of 93.
The police and the experts examined his body but did not find anything suspicious. Gray was particularly famous for his book "For those I loved ", where he described how he lost his family. It was partly destroyed in the Nazi concentration camps as well as during a forest fire in the south of France in 1970 . In addition, he wrote dozens of books, reports "Interfax" . The Writer established Dina Gray foundation to fight forest fires and protect humans .