Lawrence Krauss' new book hit the shelves a couple of weeks ago: A Universe from Nothing: Why There Is Something Rather than Nothing
Although I'm totally sure, I think I read something in the preview which indicates that he is not simply arguing that the universe emerged from empty space (which is a common philosophical mistake made by scientists; they say "nothing" when they mean "empty space" even though empty space is certainly something!). Rather, he's going to argue that the universe came from literally and absolutely nothing.
Incidentally, a couple of years ago I emailed him about getting a universe from nothing. I said that quantum fluctuations that create energy and particles occur in empty space, and hence are not out of nothing. He responded that empty space itself can come about through a quantum fluctuation. So this should be an important and interesting read on the issue. Here are some other titles I'm looking forward to:
Free Will by Sam Harris
Did Jesus Exist? by Bart Ehrman
Proving History: Bayes's Theorem and the Quest for the Historical Jesus Richard Carrier
The Amazing Colossal Apostle: The Search for the Historical Paul Robert M. Price
I've also got a few books that are old titles but that I'm interested to read and will hopefully get to in the next few months:
Why There Is Something Rather than Nothing
Evidence and Evolution: The Logic Behind the Science
Hume's Abject Failure: The Argument Against Miracles
A Defense of Hume on Miracles (Princeton Monographs in Philosophy)
So that's it. Hopefully my next book will be killer because of all the stuff I've read!