Dr. Langford stated that it was the night of Lee's death at his home that Linda asked him, "Was my husband a philanderer?" The question indicates she was not aware of any affairs prior to discovering where her husband was the night of his death. In her first book, she states it was until that night that she had any thoughts that he might have been unfaithful. When I spoke to her, she remained unconvinced that Bruce and Betty were actually having an affair.
These lines would confirm what i thought on her since about 10 yeras after i became a Lee fan and saw/read many documentaries/books. In the late 90´s (when no Ebay or Amazon was around) i tried to get any book or documentary about Bruce.
Since Bruce´s death Linda spoke and wrote many things, when he was alive, there is not a single word of her when she spokes to anyone. The first time she spoke in public was shortly after Bruce´s death.
Seems like she was this typical housewife always at home, a little bit like John Lennon´s first wife Cynthia, only at home, had no clue what her Johnny was doing when he was outside (what Paul McCartney just explained 1-2 weeks ago in a show).
What we know is Betty and Bruce broke up and then he got back together with her prior to his death. By all accounts, she was delighted he was back in her life. So at this moment in time, she wouldn't have had a motive to kill him. I'm not saying it is impossible—crazy things happen in relationships all the time—but it is highly unlikely. Since it is impossible to know what exactly happened, the best we can do is work with probabilities. There is no evidence that Bruce was killed and no evidence that Betty had a reason to want Bruce dead, quite the opposite.[/quote]
Ok let´s put it this way:
1) if it is like you wrote, then she would have absolutely no motive i agree and i am sure anybody would agree.
2) if Bruce again wanted to broke up after reunion she would have a motive, and i am sure she would never tell this to anyone (that Bruce wanted to leave her a second time)
What i was asking myself (maybe i find something in your book about it, i am still reading and do it chronological not from page 50 to 30 etc.) if Bruce had a best friend, like Butch and Sundance, like a brother he would talk about anything, including his girls. If this guy was around (in the 50´s i would be Hawkins Cheung i guess) i would guess if someone could tell us what was going on in his women life, it would be this best friend. I mentioned the story of my best friend with his affair in 2013, he and me always talked about anything when it comes to girls/woman/relations/affairs etc. and helped each other.
But maybe Bruce was in these tings a lone wolf and talked to nobody about it.