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Wonder If This PGate Book Character Based On Laura Loomer Or Something - Weird?

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Wonder If This PGate Book Character Based On Laura Loomer Or Something - Weird?
Saw the Kindle edition of this book was on sale at a deal site for $2 and clicked it to see if I might like it and it has a weird synopsis that made me think of GLP. And a character named Livia Lone that made me wonder if this was some 'truth is stranger than fiction' book and that character might be based on Laura Loomer since it is an odd character name as it stands with the double L's but also she is a lone, independent investigative journalist and the character's last name is Lone.

Anyways, for anyone interested the book is called "The Killer Collective" and here's the synopsis:

When a joint FBI–Seattle Police investigation of an international child pornography ring gets too close to certain powerful people, sex-crimes detective Livia Lone becomes the target of a hit that barely goes awry—a hit that had been offered to John Rain, a retired specialist in “natural causes.”

Suspecting the FBI itself was behind the attack, Livia reaches out to former Marine sniper Dox. Together, they assemble an ad hoc group to identify and neutralize the threat. There’s Rain. Rain’s estranged lover, Mossad agent and honeytrap specialist Delilah. And black ops soldiers Ben Treven and Daniel Larison, along with their former commander, SpecOps legend Colonel Scot “Hort” Horton.

Moving from Japan to Seattle to DC to Paris, the group fights a series of interlocking conspiracies, each edging closer and closer to the highest levels of the US government.

With uncertain loyalties, conflicting agendas, and smoldering romantic entanglements, these operators will have a hard time forming a team. But in a match as uneven as this one, a collective of killers might be even better.