I recently came across a reference to Ron Miller’s book Firebrands: The Heroines of Science Fiction and Fantasy, which includes a (smallish) picture and reference to Harry Harrison’s character Angelina from the Stainless Steel Rat series.
Miller is probably best known for his incredible illustrations of planet scapes and deep space, but here he turns his attention to some of the strongest and most memorable female characters in science fiction. And while there is nudity here, his women are not of the overly-pneumatic and smothered-in-baby-oil variety. Firebrands was published by Paper Tiger in1998.
There’s a short biography of Miller on the Wikipedia site and a better one on Miller’s own site. Also have a look at the artwork in the ‘Prints’ and ‘Catalog’ sections of the site — and the ‘Movies’ section, which has production artwork from Dune.
The text in firebrands is by SF author Pamela Sargent, who says of Angelina: “Even her husband, the amoral supercriminal called ‘The Stainless Steel Rat,’ is hard-put to restrain his bloodthirsty wife.”