I've read a few of the books on your "to-read" list. Michael Martin's Atheism: A Philosophical Justification is a long and exhaustive study of all the arguments for and against the existence of a god similar to the Judeo-Christian type. It starts off with "Negative Atheism": about 300 pages refuting every argument and every version of every argument for the existence of God. Then comes "Positive Atheism": about 300 pages of arguments against the existence of God. It is written in a very plodding and complicated manner -- definitely not leasure reading -- but there is probably no book more comprehensive, because this book covers EVERYTHING!
(It does not, however, go over things such as the Bible or Christianity in particular. You would probably have to read The Case Against Christianity for that.) [an error occurred while processing this directive]