Atonement and the Logic of Resurrection in the Epistle to the Hebrews (Brill) has also been published. Trust me, this one is worth taking a look at.
Synopsis: Scholars often explain Hebrews' relative silence regarding Jesus'
resurrection by emphasizing the author's appeal to Yom Kippur's two key
moments the sacrificial slaughter and the high priest's presentation of
blood in the holy of holies in his distinctive portrayal of Jesus' death
and heavenly exaltation. The writer's depiction of Jesus as the high
priest whose blood effected ultimate atonement appears to be modeled
upon these two moments. Such a typology discourages discrete reflection
on Jesus' resurrection. Drawing on contemporary studies of Jewish
sacrifice (which note that blood represents life, not death), parallels
in Jewish apocalyptic literature, and fresh exegetical insights, this
volume demonstrates that Jesus' embodied, resurrected life is crucial
for the high-priestly Christology and sacrificial soteriology developed