Lawrence M. Hinman Ethics: A Pluralistic Approach to Moral Theory, 5th ed. Cengage Learning, 2012
In addition to covering all the standard topics, this book was, I think, the first in which an ethical theory book to consider Islam, the Navajo religion, and Buddhism. It was one of the earliest with a sympathetic discussion of the ethics of diversity, a topic now spanning two chapters. The concluding chapter is devotedto applying ethical theories to abortion, euthanasia, and the death penalty.
Lawrence M. Hinman Contemporary Moral Issues: Diversity and Consensus, 4th ed. Routledge, 2012.
Contemporary Moral Issues is distinctive in several ways: narrative selections for all issues; a diverse range of moral voices; an emphasis on seeking common ground; selections from notable contemporary authors such as Jonathan Safran Foer, Atul Gawande, E. O., Wilson, Sr. Helen Prejean, and Stehen Carter; new sections on Black Lives Matter and police ethics, contraception, gene editing (CRISPR), and more.