These are good references.
I have a number to add
The testament of Jean Messlier
Letters to Eugenia by D'Holdbach
Decolonizing African Religions by Okot P'Bitek
The ruins of empire by Volney
H L Mencken on Religion
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Wow! What a trove - I have a few of those on my "Have Read" list, but now with your suggestions my "To Read" list will keep me occupied for a good while.
I think I'll start with "Christianity Made Me…"
"Hey, Jim. Right off the top, there are the "classics:"
Richard Dawkins, The God Delusion
Christopher Hitchens, god is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything
Sam Harris, Letter to a Christian Nation and The End of Faith