I'm still in the process of reading several works in preparation for my NEH course on God and the good life. I'll post reviews of at least some of them as I make more progress.
Here's the current list:
On the Genealogy of Morality, Friedrich Nietzsche
Is Goodness without God Good Enough? Garcia and King
Can We be Good Without God? Robert Buckman
The Believing Primate, Schloss and Murray
Atheism, Morality, and Meaning, Michael Martin
Aquinas's Ethics, DeYoung, McCluskey, and Van Dyke
If you've read any of these works, feel free to share your thoughts. I've got to say that in the title competition, Believing Primate wins!