Darwin's Black Box : The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution by Michael J. Behe - $11.20, (307 pages). A very interesting, if somewhat technical book, which is concerned with the idea that many biochemical systems are so irreducibly complex that it is virtually impossible to see how they can have arisen by chance - hence the need for a super-intelligent Designer.
Of Pandas and People : The Central Question of Biological Origins by Percival Davis and Dean H. Kenyon - $17.95, (170 pages). This is a very useful book which deals with the subject of biological origins on two levels - an easier introductory chapter, and then six more in-depth "excursion" chapters, covering topics such as the origin of life, Genetics and Macroevolution, the origin of species, the fossil record, homology, etc.
Science and Evidence for Design in the Universe by Michael J. Behe, William Dembski and Stephen C. Meyer - $12.95 (234 pages). This book explores different aspects of the new "Intelligent Design" movement, which supports the traditional arguments for the existence of God. It combines the work of scientists in the three disciplines of mathematics, biochemistry and the philosophy of science, to make a compelling argument in favour of intelligent design. A bit technical, but well worth reading.
Science and Evidence for Design in the Universe - £8.16 - UK & Europe