To be fair there isn't much to study. Every argument can be distilled down to - 'complexity; therefore god'. the same question - 'What books that present the scientific evidence for evolution have you studied?' So far not one single positive response.
Cofty, to be fair, The failed assumption with the argument of atheists parading human ingenuity in uncovering the complexity of life's history as evidence of absence of a creative process is that
The more complex the process discovered, the more unlikely it becomes that the process, and the material that it played out in, made itself.
In other words, the narrower the gap of our not understanding becomes for us, the more unlikely it becomes that this all worked so well without understanding and input just because ----there in no ultimate hidden cause.
Science, by it's nature is becoming ever more specialized. Books describing it,-- more convoluted.
The "wow" moment that comes from "studying" the books you referred, to leads to "wow" moments at the cleverness of their authors, when it should lead to an appreciation of the origin of such seemingly automatic processes.
My hat off to science writer, but they are, after all, only historians.
I like history, because everything we see comes from the past, is already old.