Vintage Paperback Books Featurng Good Girl Art

Richard A. Lupoff  (science fiction author) defined good girl art as: "A cover illustration depicting an attractive young woman, usually in skimpy or form-fitting clothing, and designed for erotic stimulation."  The term does not apply to the morality of the "good girl", who is often a gun moll, tough cookie or wicked temptress.

We use a broader definition to include interesting illustrations of women used to attract attention to the book. 

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