- Ricardo, Harry R. Sir (1923). The Internal Combustion Engine. Glasgow: Blackie.
- — (1931). The High-Speed Internal Combustion Engine (2nd ed.). Glasgow: Blackie. revised
- —; revised by Glyde, H.S. (1941). The High-Speed Internal Combustion Engine (3rd ed.). Glasgow: Blackie.
- — (1953). The High-Speed Internal Combustion Engine (4th ed.). Glasgow: Blackie. "...an entirely fresh start."
- — (1968). Memories and machines: the pattern of my life. London: Constable., 264 Pages
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