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WordGo is a not-for-profit publisher of local history books, booklets, articles and ephemera. Our ‘patch’ is in and around the northern Home Counties and south Midlands where the strategic axis between London and Birmingham and Oxford and Cambridge has delivered a rich store of historical interest for a millennium and more.

As a specialist imprint of the well-established Mercury Books publishing house, WordGo has access to editing, marketing and distribution functions, but since we believe that top-quality writing is the key to every good book we are always on the look-out for promising new authors with interesting propositions.

Please contact WordGo if you have an idea for a local history book or would like advice on publishing your book.

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Salmons & Sons and Aston Martin

Packed with facts and images

A high-octane account of the association between Newport Pagnell and the car industry, which goes back a long, long way.  Encyclopaedic description of all cars produced in Newport Pagnell, and chapters on Aston Martin links to royalty and celebrities. Supplement outlines exciting future developments, including a “sports car for the skies”.  Absolutely packed with fascinating illustrations, both historic and current, in colour and b/w.

Anne Green   www.AboutMiltonKeynes.co.uk    June 2

Salmons & Sons

An absorbing history and exploration

Fascinating learning about the Salmons family and their huge contribution to the industry.  Lived in the town but learned so much I never knew. Even if looking for the Aston Martin connection you’ll be just as impressed.
An absorbing history and exploration, detailed with some great images – recommended.

Jo-Sam, 5.0 out of 5 stars  Amazon Books.com   May 22

Salmons & Sons and Aston Martin

A very good insight

As someone who has a deep interest in Classic cars I found the depth of information and research amazing. Over the years I have known about the Aston Martin brand but never realised it came about in such a roundabout way. This book has been a very good insight into the part Newport Pagnell has played in automotive history and is a ‘must’ to read

Anon (genuine); April 12

Salmons & Sons

Required reading

Eminently and required reading for both fine car enthusiasts and anyone connected with the town.

Leo Murray, Amazon Books, April 3

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