A mystery book called Fireball, by the Finnish author Mikko Kaleppinen, may have just solved a big mystery.

The book, published by Penguin Random House, explores the question of what happens when an object that is neither a star nor a planet gets pulled into our universe.

The novel is part of a larger line of mystery novels by Kaleppsinen, a former film producer who now runs a book publishing company, Kaleppa Publishing.

Kaleppo Publishing has published books by John le Carré, Philip K. Dick, Robert A. Heinlein, Terry Pratchett, and more, and has a reputation for publishing some of the best mystery books on the market.

This is the first time the book has been translated into English, but Kaleppe Publishing is hoping that readers will find something new to say about this mysterious mystery.

This new translation of Fireball was published by the company’s publishing arm, Kailua Publishing House, in late August.

The publisher describes the novel as a “love story” and notes that it is “a true masterpiece of suspense and mystery.”

Fireball is set in a universe where the object of interest is a spaceship called the Phoenix, and where a crew member named Mr. Spock has lost the ability to communicate.

When Spock returns to Earth, he is welcomed by his family, and the story becomes a tale of hope and triumph.

But the plot quickly unravels as the Phoenix has been pulled into the universe of the book, and an unknown force is manipulating the ship and its crew.

There is also a plot twist involving a space station.

“This is an amazing and powerful book,” said the publisher.

“The story is about the journey from a love story to a mystery book, with the reader finding out why he wants to know what happens next.”

Kaleponen says he wrote the novel “because I wanted to create a mystery story that will resonate with people’s imaginations.”

Kailppa Publishing House says that the book is “uniquely beautiful,” and that it has been described as “one of the most beautiful books ever written.”

It is a rare opportunity for a new translation.

The translation was published on September 1, and it was translated into German, French, and Russian.

The German edition was first published in November.

Kailapa Publishing House is releasing the book in English in April 2019.

The publication of the novel in English is a big deal because Kalepmans new translation will likely be the first in a long line of translation projects by Penguin Books.

Penguin Random Book’s own publisher, Penguin Random Classics, has been translating books by authors such as Stephen King, Charles Dickens, William Faulkner, and Thomas Mann for more than 30 years.

It has also translated the works of J.K. Rowling, Terry Brooks, and James Patterson.