Nur Masalha, The Bible and Zionism: Invented Traditions, Archeology and Post-Colonialism in Israel-Palestine (London: Zed Books, 2007),
There are plenty of books that proudly fly the Jewish and Christian Zionist flags. There are a variety of paths to Zionism, and there are different types of Zionism, but there is no difficulty, for those minimally alert and attuned, to be aware of the Zionist cause.
Those who long for a more thoughtful and balanced approach to the Middle East and Jewish-Palestinian issues do need to hear and heed the voices that speak from different places on the spectrum. The Bible and Zionism is a thoughtful and well pondered tale of how the Bible, the Jewish and Christian traditions and much modern archeology and textual research have been co-opted by a Zionist agenda.