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If These Walls Could Talk

  • “As a top-rated broadcaster, journalist, and longtime member of the local townsfolk, Mike certainly has the necessary ‘cred’ when it comes to telling the diner story. Readers are in for a real treat and should expect to get very hungry!” —Jordan Rich, WBZ iHeart Media


    “There’s a century’s worth of diner lore and legend captured artfully by Mike Morin in this fitting tribute to the Red Arrow Diner, the Queen City’s only 24/7 eatery, the biggest little foodie landmark this side of the Merrimack River.” —Carol Robidoux, Founder, Publisher at Manchester Ink Link


    “Mike uses his curiosity, charm, and wit to reveal the beginnings of the historic and folkloric Red Arrow Diner, from its modest start as a lunch cart to the full-on nostalgia of the current locations. Those iconic stools are the unofficial seats of New Hampshire—in primary season, anyway.”—Susan Laughlin, food writer and secretary at NH Farm to Restaurant Connection


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