I won't give away anything much, but this short tells the story of a game show where the contestants answer questions about crime and punishment in order to win the show's prize - killing a man on death row.
It took me a few moments to wrap my head around this short, because it is very obviously larger than life and definitely gratuitous, but very quickly I found myself flashing back to the insanity of the movie The Running Man and many of Dutch director Paul Verhoeven's films, especially the way Verhoeven would weave in twisted futuristic commercials throughout his films like Robocop or Starship Troopers. I'm a fan of all these movies, and the correlation my mind formed between those and this short story made for an enjoyable experience.
Overall, if you like twisted, bizarre short stories that turn the real world on its ear a little, this is a good read. I look forward to treating myself to this author's other short stories.