I was looking for this several weeks ago but had forgotten the author- an example of an atheist who disagrees with what i might call 'total Evolution." - he agrees evolution explains some things, but not everything. Amazon.com: Darwinian Fairytales: Selfish Genes, Errors of Heredity and Other Fables of Evolution: Books: David Stove,Roger Kimball
From Publishers Weekly
Like a clever agnostic in Sunday school, Stove (Scientific Irrationalism) relentlessly frustrates Darwinism in this posthumous collection of 11 linked essays. To the chagrin of creationists, however, he also takes pains to note he is of no religion and believes it's "overwhelmingly probable that humans evolved from some other animal." His more modest objective is to show that Darwinism, while largely valid, fails to explain known humanity.
Stove then shows how the theory of kin selection lead naturally the ideas of individuals such as Richard Dawkins that it is the genes which are in a constant struggle to survive. Stove totally demolishes Dawkins' theories (making him look like a lunatic quite frankly). Stove asks the simple question "How can genes be selfish doesn't that imply purpose?". As Stove shows, Dawkins has waffled on this point since the beginning.
Stove calls Dawkins' theory a "puppet theory of human behavior" and he shows how such theories are not only irrational but result from an unbalanced and positively "demonological" cast of mind. Such he attributes to Mr. Dawkins. Stove also annihilates Dawkins so-called discovery of memes. Compared to the discovery of genes, which involved actual science and experimentation, memes turn out to be nothing more than a simple rhetorical trick and in fact a "pseudo-discovery".