Pulp Art: Original Cover Paintings for the Great American Pulp Magazines by Robert Lesser is a fun read or browse for anybody with an interest in classic covert art, or anybody who just likes cool paintings. It's a slightly oversized (9x12) coffee table book that's not all that long (~180 pages), but is filled with lots of cool images of classic pulp magazine paintings, including a couple-dozen full-page plates of the original paintings. It's also filled with interesting bits of history from the pulp magazine rack.
Summary: If you're strolling through a bookstore and see one among the discount books, give it a browse. You might find yourself putting it on the sales counter with whatever it was you came in for.
Amazon: Pulp Art: Original Cover Paintings for the Great American Pulp Magazines
Where and How Acquired: I picked it up at off a pile of Christmas discount gift books at Barnes & Noble a couple of weeks ago because I'm interested in cover art, it was only $9.98, and it had ... yeah, you guessed it, an eye-catching cover.