Here is a list of books that have become popular in the Skinhead movement. Some have enjoyed enormous success: James Moffat's first three novels, written under the pseudonym of Richard Allen, have sold more than 3 million copies.

Although most of these books are novels that depict graphic Skinhead violence, others are more historical in nature.

Skinhead — Richard Allen, London: New English Library, 1970
Suedehead — Richard Allen, London: New English Library, 1971
Skinhead Escapes — Richard Allen, London: New English Library, 1972
The Complete Richard Allen (Vol. I-VI) — Richard Allen, Scotland: S.T. Publishing, 1992

England Belongs to Me — Steve Goodman, Scotland: S.T. Publishing, 1995

Hear the Cradle Song — O.T. Gunnarsson, Illinois: SS Leitheft, World War II Books, 1993

Red London — Stewart Home, London: AK Press, 1994
Slow Death — Stewart Home, London: Serpent's Tail, 1996
Blow Job — Stewart Home, London: Serpent's Tail, 1997

The Spirit of '69: A Skinhead Bible — George Marshall, Scotland: S.T. Publishing, 1991
Skinhead Nation — George Marshall, Scotland: S.T. Publishing, 1996

Saturday's Heroes — Joe Mitchell, Scotland: S.T. Publishing, 1996

Skinhead — Nick Night, London: Omnibus, 1997

Skins — Gavin Watson, London: AK Press, 1994